first make sure the bulbs are good . next try replacing the headlight relay, if that doesn`t do it it is most likely the light switch itself
I had this problem on an '02 525i. The socket in the wiring plug was corroded. Replaced it and no problems since, over 1 year now.
If both lowbeam headlights fail at once, it probably isn't the lamps themselves. That would be a fluke. The wiring is usually not at fault. It is vulnerable at the ends where the connectors are because they might become corroded. Check that last. That leaves the two other vulnerable points in the circuit: the fuse and the light switch. Check them out.
Most can be replaced by you fairly easily. See your owners manual. For a rough idea on what the price is on the actual lamps, see sources and related links below.
blown fuse/blub on the lowbeam is pop/wiring is messed up
Lowbeam is an H7, highbeam/DTR is also H7
1) Open front hood. 2) Twist lowbeam connector from back of headlight casing. 3) Twist apart bulb from the connector. 4) Replace with new bulb. 5) Reverse order of above steps to finish.
There are two different bulbd, 1 for dipped beam and 1 for full beam.
Look under passenger side dash right below heater core for relays
The circuit requires the hi/lo switch. You'll need to get a replacement switch for everything to complete the headlamp circuitry.
The bulbs screw in from the rear and if you can't get to the rear, you have to take the light assy off.
Just replaced the headlight bulbs in a 98 Grand Cherokee that had the same problem. It had the wrong bulbs in it. It had 9007's in it. Calls for 9004's.
PULL the light switch out (must be in lowbeam setting for fog lights to work)
Open Hood. Open the hood of your Mazda 5. The hood release is located under the dashboard of your 5.
both my lowbeam headlights aren't working although high beam and parking lights do. probably aloose connection. any ideas how i can fix it sal
It Simply Pull It Upwards and it will come right off...
open the hood and squeeze the lowbeam connector and push down and it should disconnect then turn the bulcounterclockwise to remove bulb. reinstall in reverse order your done.
It is possible that both of the fuses are bad for the low beam headlights and the cruise control. A loose ground wire could cause the fuses to blow.
It cn be the switch, bulbs or wiring. I suggest if you intend to work on your car to get a shop manal on it from AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM for about $20
If you go to sylvania.com there is a model guide and it will lead you to the type of bulb you need. It primarily depends on if you have halogen or xenon HID bulbs. H7 for lowbeam fog light H11 if u looking for the bulb
Answerif the problem you are having is the high beams work and the low beams don't and you replaced the bulbs already then you should remove and inspect the whole blinker housing arm, mine melted on the inside and i got the new arm right from the dealer for about $85. hope it helpedAlso check the fuses - some model year Windstars have separate fuses for high and low beams.
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Without knowing the exact setup of the wiring system in a 2000 VW Beetle, if you are getting no power, check the earth feed in the wiring is not damaged, and get the relays that fire the low-beam checked/replaced. An easy test is to switch low-beam on and off once you locate the exact relay, and cut a length of garden hose to place one end on top of the relay and one end near your ear. This will confirm if the relay is in fact firing. If its not, get it replaced, and if it is still not working, I'd suggest visiting an auto electrician advising what testing and troubleshooting you have already completed.
I'm having the exact same problem. Does anyone know what is causing this?
Should be coming out of the wiring harness on each side of the car, where the harness is fastened to the radiator support. The ground is bolted to the radiator support on both right and left sides near the headlights- on the back of the radiator support
Remove the grill. There are 3 or 4 screws along the top and 3 places where it's clipped at the bottom. Then you have 2 bolts holding on the monting plate for the light, remove those and you can access the bulb to replace. Takes about 5 min.